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Unfortunately A2DP supports only stereo audio, it doesn't support two-way audio, i.e. your mic woud be useless if the calls were routed over A2DP. You'll have to enable HSP for call functionality.
I can confidently refer you to my own app, AndroidRC. It works for all Android devices with all Windows PC OS versions (tried and tested, stable, minor bugs not included..). It does require a server app, but for that you get some extra Windows program native support apart from the mouse and keyboard: VLC Player BS Player Winamp Player Powerpoint iTunes ...
in android.bluetooth.IBluetoothManager, there some parameters TRANSACTION_registerAdapter = (android.os.IBinder.FIRST_CALL_TRANSACTION + 0); TRANSACTION_unregisterAdapter = (android.os.IBinder.FIRST_CALL_TRANSACTION + 1); TRANSACTION_registerStateChangeCallback = (android.os.IBinder.FIRST_CALL_TRANSACTION + 2); ...
Go to settings and turn on bluetooth. Click menu button and you will see the option Show received files. Alternatively every files sent via bluetooth will be stored in a folder named bluetooth in storage (if the files are not moved).
There's a user interface that's providing the log/history of Bluetooth sharing. To view the log you need to activate Bluetooth and send any file. After sending a notification appears and by clicking it you can view the logs.
You can, but with remote controller apps that makes your phone control your PC through wifi, therefore giving you access to anything you connect via bluetooth from your smartphone.
According to some sources, Bluetooth dongle support was added in Android 4.2.2, and it requires some effort from the ROM developers, so it's not in every Android version. You should either ask the manufacturer for a ROM that supports BT dongles, or try to find a custom ROM like CyanogenMod for your device that has the support. Sources: Does Android 4.2.2 ...
If you are still paired to that media center, then unpair it and turn off you bluetooth visibility, this way media center will not be able to detect your bluetooth, but you will still be able to connect to other devices.
igCamera you can select the audio source that you wish with this app. more info: http://davidhadaller.com/note/2012/jun/02/android-alternate-camera-apps-and-using-bluetooth-audio-input-video
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